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Unlocking the potential of SDN and NFV

Unlocking the potential of SDN and NFV
In the enterprise networking space, the IoT is gradually becoming mainstream. According to IT industry body NASSCOM, the global IoT business is expected to touch $300bn by 2020. And according to Grand View Research, the global enterprise networking market is expected to reach $64.6bn in revenue by 2024. With this transformation, it is interesting to note how the future of connected enterprise would be like.
19th August 2016

Converting Bluetooth signals into WiFi transmissions

Converting Bluetooth signals into WiFi transmissions
University of Washington engineers have introduced a way of communicating allows devices such as brain implants, contact lenses, credit cards and smaller wearable electronics to talk to everyday devices such as smartphones and watches. This "interscatter communication" works by converting Bluetooth signals into WiFi transmissions over the air.
18th August 2016

Technique takes 3D thermal images of satellites

Technique takes 3D thermal images of satellites
Scientists from the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have developed a technique for taking 3D thermal images of satellites. The technique is being developed for prospective use at the European Space Agency's (ESA) largest vacuum facility, the Large Space Simulator (LSS). The measurements will better allow measurement data to be compared with thermal models, verifying their accuracy.
16th August 2016


NFV C-RAN Solution developed from wireless base station functions

NFV C-RAN Solution developed from wireless base station functions
  Development of a ‘Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) Cloud-Radio Access Network (C-RAN) Solution’ which will be built on Intel processors and enabled by software-based wireless base station functions has been announced by NEC Corporation.
16th August 2016

Gateway service integrates powerful WiFi & ultra-broadband

Technicolor and Fastweb have announced the launch of the FASTGATE gateway service which integrates ultra-broadband VDSL 35B data access and enhanced WiFi connectivity technology from Technicolor. The service delivers reliable 200 Mb/s download speeds and improved wireless access, allowing customers to enjoy high-speed data, high-fidelity video and real-time media throughout their homes and businesses.
15th August 2016

GNSS receiver is optimised for covert asset tracking

GNSS receiver is optimised for covert asset tracking
Optimised to provide the highest acquisition and tracking sensitivity, u-blox has announced a TCXO-based GNSS receiver. Supplied in the miniature and cost-effective EVA 7x7mm form-factor package, the EVA-M8Q is suited for use with small antennas either in covert applications such as asset tracking and stolen vehicle recovery, or in portable devices.
11th August 2016

The evolution of portable GPS

While the term GPS might seem like a relatively new technology, the beginnings of what we use today were started in 1958 by the U.S. Navy when Roger L. Easton created the Navy Space Surveillance System. Over the past 50 years GPS has evolved from military to civilian use, and can be found in everything from running watches to cell phones.
10th August 2016

DAC provides high resolution radar images

DAC provides high resolution radar images
Offering high resolution radar images for designers of military and commercial radar, the AD9164 DAC from Analog Devices helps to reduce solution component count. Additionally, for designers of precision instrumentation equipment, such as smartphone testers, this device ensures improved accuracy as well as speed of test, contributing to faster market-ready time while significantly decreasing tester complexity and size.
9th August 2016

Open source project delivers cloud economics

Open source project delivers cloud economics
A provider of open source Software Defined Radio products for 2G to 5G wireless networks, Lime Micro, announces its collaboration with the CORD Project for a Proof of Concept (POC) on the Mobility Data Center (M-CORD). The work targets a number of applications including rural area coverage and use cases for Mobile Edge Computing.
4th August 2016

LTE – turning the tables on cable

LTE – turning the tables on cable
In less than a decade LTE has transformed mobile communications from a voice‑centric dial‑up service into the high‑speed mobile broadband experience which we now take for granted. To migrate the internet from our homes to the streets and ultimately into our hands, vast infrastructure overhauls were necessary with unprecedented levels of investment to achieve the low‑latency, real‑time and high bandwidth service we now so heavily rely upon.
3rd August 2016


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